Posts Tagged ‘Southwest Airlines’

C&T Charters, "Your Bridge to Cuba," charters this SkyKing 737-400 (N916SK), for flights between JFK and Havana. (Photo by John Klos)

Final Call: New Effort Launched to Locate Amelia Earhart’s Plane

Amelia Earhart's plane may be found yet, meet the most senior flight attendant in America, United goes to war with Southwest over international service, and more...
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BREAKING: Global Aviation Holdings Enters Bankruptcy (Again)

´┐╝Citing a global decline in demand for its chartered cargo and passenger transport services, NYC Aviation has learned Georgia-based Global Aviation Holdings tonight filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.
by Eric McKirdy

Photo of the Day: Sunrise greets a Northwest Airlines Airbus A330 during an early morning approach to Amsterdam after a long redeye from the US. (Photo by Joop Stroes)

No More Air Force Flight Suits Unless You Fly, TSA Tests Unmanned ID Scanners: Final Call

The Air Force wants to spend less money on flight suits, the TSA tests machines to check your ID, a virtual reality treatment for fear of flying, Southwest a Jet Airways pilot suspended after attempting to land without clearanc...
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Satellite view of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Alaska, JetBlue, Southwest, Virgin America Win Long Distance Routes Out of Washington National

The US Department of Transportation on Monday awarded slots for four airlines to operate routes to Portland, San Juan, Austin and San Francisco out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
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A US Airways Fokker stored in the desert.

March 15th in Aviation History: Fokker Stops Building Planes After 84 Years

Fokker quits building planes, Pan Am launches Airbus A300 service, and more...
by Phil Derner Jr.